Our Herd


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Age: 4 years of age

Breed: Straight Egyptian Arabian

Gender: Gelding

Backstory: I purchased Drogo as a stallion. He was deemed “unmanageable and unpredictable,” but to me, he was nothing of the sort. Drogo was untrusting of humans due to his insensitive upbringing and improper training. After many talks, Drogo and I share an inseparable bond. Drogo and I have communicated in such a way that he is now under saddle, however, he enjoys liberty work far more.


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Age: Estimated 11 years of age

Breed: Arabian

Gender: Mare

Backstory: I adopted Daenerys (formally known as Niami) from Sophia’s Oasis for Equines in Port Republic, MD (I HIGHLY RECOMMEND ADOPTING FROM THEM!). Daenerys was from an Arabian breeder who malnourished and mistreated their horses. There, Daenerys suffered from chemical burns due to improper rain-rot treatment. Additionally, her wounds were covered in maggots and she was severely underweight. Now, Daenerys has found herself in much greener pastures, thanks to her heroes. Together, Daenerys and I enjoy hacking out. I have just recently started her on liberty and she is learning quickly from her companion, Drogo.



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My name is Brooke and I am their mother.

I invite you to walk in the path of the freeing interspecies connection between woman and her horses. I further wish to inspire you to integrate this connection between your horse and your self.

I have grown up walking and riding with the magnificent creature that is the horse. As a young girl, I rode in primarily dressage and hunter/jumper barns. While I learned a lot at most of these barns, my eyes were opened to many things I disliked and simply did not want to accept.

Upon moving from Orlando, FL where I worked for Walt Disney World, I purchased my heart horse, Drogo. It was then my journey with natural horsemanship began. He taught me how to speak horse.